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N^Ed.word (poem, anecdote)

Let’s jump on the trampoline.

Let’s attack Charlie.

Let’s do engineering.

Let’s fierce without folly.


An EMT

coding with light.

A nude dinghy

ride at moonlight.


How about a sail?

Let’s bake some bread.

Then without fail,

find a great wife to wed.


2 kids you say?

Hilary, I dare 3 more!

Christine and Charlie play.

Triplets roll on the floor.


Putting the latest Guthries to bed.

Offspring with chaos in the fray.

His name is Edward, he is Ned.

With his movements, Boston sways.

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